These hands-on perimeter activities are a great way to teach for deep and conceptual understanding!
Literally "Walking through Math Problems": Great for any student who struggles with explaining their thinking
A look at how splitting my math block in half increased my students' engagement and helped me differentiate to meet their needs.
Great idea! Create a teacher's notebook for science and math that is a model of what the kiddos should have in their notebooks.
FREE fraction review activities to complete with a deck of cards.
Teaching Students How to Justify Answers in Math Anchor Chart - Also grab a free printable version of this on this post
One Lesson at a Time: Writing 6-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form....a graphic organizer to help students understand! (free in the post)
Making Sense of Word Problems - teaching students to understand, rather than just add all the numbers up.
Recycled Boxes Trash to Treasure
Colored plastic wrap, quartered, placed over clock to show fractions, quarter hours, etc.
Try this simple math challenge with students. Easy to prepare but will really make them think!
A Hands-On Area and Perimeter Project - lots of light-bulb moments as students explored the connections between tiling and multiplication!
FREE decomposing area activity!
Hundreds Chart Rules {Freebie!}
Students add up points as they toss bean bags. So many other math ideas you can use with these.
Math Coach's Corner: Extending Multiplication to Larger Numbers
Regrouping: The Struggle is Real
Multiplying by Multiples of 10 {3.NBT.3} - Teaching kids to understand the concept without just relying on the "trick of the zeros".
Introducing variables with pictures. Great way to make algebraic thinking more concrete.